A Christian ministry assisting Syrian refugees in Lebanon who have lost everything has said that many Muslims are coming to faith in Jesus Christ, which lifts them out of depression, even as they face great struggles.
A Christian pastor was knocked unconscious in eastern Uganda during a debate with Muslims about the divinity of Jesus Christ, while another pastor saw his services forcibly shut down after Islamists became angry that some Muslims were choosing to convert to Christianity.
Bloodstains found on the shroud of Turin burial cloth, believed by many to have once wrapped the body of Jesus Christ, are likely fake, according to new research reported in the Journal of Forensic Sciences.
For a Nigerian teenager who was raped and tormented by Boko Haram for nearly a year, as she refused to renounce her faith in Jesus Christ, her nightmare didn't end when she was rescued and returned to her village.
The number of children, some as young as six, being referred under the guidance promoting transsexualism at schools after they express confusion over their "gender identity" has reached a record high in Scotland, according to a report.
Parents of one of the 12 boys, who along with their soccer coach, were rescued from a cave in Thailand after being stuck inside for over two weeks, thanked God for their son's safety, saying "there's nothing He can't do."
Pro-government gunmen killed two students and injured dozens more before over 200 students and others from the National Autonomous University of Nicaragua protesting against President Daniel Ortega were freed from a besieged church in the Central American country.
The Canadian province of Ontario announced Wednesday that it will revert its sex-ed school curriculum to one that was in place before 2015 following protests from parents.
Africa is being recolonized today, though this time not with armies or arbitrary borders but through Western governments and humanitarian outfits imposing population control ideology, sexual liberation, and abortion, says Obianuju Ekeocha.
The former Christian governor of the capital of the world's largest Muslim country who was convicted and jailed on trumped-up blasphemy charges last year plans to refuse parole and is hoping to be granted an early release.
A major survey in the U.K. of 4,087 British adults on their attitudes toward religious people revealed that those of Generation Z are less likely to have a negative perception of Christians than millennials are.
A pastor and local councilor in Ferryhill, County Durham, the U.K., says he's been forced to resign from his position as mayor of Ferryhill because LGBT activists have targeted his family and his church with abuse for his conservative views on sexuality and marriage.
The Christian Association of Nigeria held a national prayer session on Wednesday against the "barbaric killing" of Christians at the hands of radical Muslim herdsmen, as the country reels from another deadly rampage this week where 39 people were killed in the north.
The Earth had some visitors not too long ago in the form of two asteroids. The asteroids are officially known as 2018 NW and 2018 NX and they were said to be about the size of a school bus.
The Archbishops of Canterbury and York are attempting to comfort the nation of England after their national soccer team lost the semi-final game of the World Cup to Croatia.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte failed to last 24 hours in his promise to stop attacking the Catholic Church, after he suggested in a speech that only a "stupid God" would create Hell. He also questioned Heaven and then ended up apologizing to God.
With disabled children being abandoned and left to be eaten by wild animals by their own parents in Kenya, a Christian ministry has taken them under its care and is stressing that everyone is God's children.
Bus ads promoting an upcoming evangelistic festival with Franklin Graham in England were pulled in response to outcry from LGBT communities.
A group of "thugs" hired by local Communist authorities barricaded last week the campus of Zion Church, the largest house church in Beijing, threatening Christians and calling their faith a "cult."
A team of specialists have discovered several mosaics in Israel, including one depicting two men carrying a pole with a cluster of grapes, believed to be the two spies Moses sent to scout the land of Canaan, as found in the book of Numbers in the Bible.
An 87-year-old Ukrainian man is looking to have the Guinness World Records recognize his family as being the largest one on the planet.
Recent data reveals that for the first time, Africa is now home to the most number of Christians in the world. Latin America held that title previously.
U.S. Pastor Andrew Brunson, imprisoned in Turkey, faces a major week as speculations swirl that he could be granted his freedom and returned to his family, or otherwise face what would amount to a near life sentence.
All 12 boys along with their soccer coach have been rescued from the cave in Thailand, having been stuck inside for over two weeks, in a story that has gripped the world. And some Christians there say the events have served as an opportunity for sharing the Gospel.
Catholic leaders have issued a call for prayer and fasting amid internal problems within the Philippines as well as recent controversial comments made by the nation's president.
Scientists have discovered the world's oldest color — bright pink.
A radical Hindu mob of some 35 people attacked a group of 150 Christians last week that had gathered together for prayer in the Pratapgarh District of India's Uttar Pradesh State, seriously injuring 20 of them.
Christian missionaries and Bible translators in Cameroon say they're continuing to spread God's Word to the people even as violence mounts and fears of a genocide continue to grow in the troubled African country.
Philippines President Duterte Offers to Resign If Anyone Proves God Exists; Franklin Graham Responds
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has offered to resign from his position if anyone can prove conclusively that God exists, in another provocation against Catholic clergy in the country.
U.S. church youth groups are currently on their way back home after being stuck in Haiti over the weekend due to violent anti-government riots that erupted last week.